Skin Care Tips for your 30’s from Real Women

Starting good skin care habits in your 30s will lead to softer, smoother, wrinkle-free skin in your 50s and 60s.  Here is how 4 real women take care of their skin:

Kara says – “I wear a mostly chemical-free sunscreen every day and I moisturize a lot with a balm that I make myself: It’s a blend of shea, cocoa butters, and essential oils.  I try to eat organic and low-carb.  A glass of red wine at night helps too!  I also do yoga and cycle.  I think the key is not to take life too seriously.”

Malissa says – “I’ve always like to use natural products when it comes to my skin.  I remove my makeup and moisturize at night with pure vitamin E or jojoba oil.  Twice a year I treat myself to a facial but, when I don’t feel like spending the money, I make my own face mask.  I mix together whole organic yogurt and honey and leave it on for 15 minutes.  It makes my skin feel super-soft.”

Letena says – When I was younger, I would watch – completely fascinated – as my aunt put on her face cream.  I was taught to moisturize right after a shower and now I don’t leave the house without putting on lotions head-to-toe.  I have oily skin so I wash my face every morning and night with a salicylic acid cleanser, which also helps control my breakouts.”

Sahar syas – “I wash my face with a cleansing scrub morning and night and, every week or so, I use a mud mask as a spot treatment on breakouts or an oily T-zone.  Exfoliation is a family ritual in Afghanistan, where I was born.  A few times a month you use a cloth glove called a ‘kesa’ on each other’s backs.  I have a softer one called a ‘leef’ that my great-aunt crocheted that I use on my face and body.”

If you’re in your 30s and have your own skin care tips, please share them with us.

 

Stay tuned next week for skin care tips for women in their 40s!

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  1. I can never leave the house without sunscreen on and I invest in a good chemical free cleanser.

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